A Life in Music: Earle Brown’s Contemporary Sound Series

From Wergo:

The extraordinary world of contemporary and avant-garde music that Earle Brown published on 18 LPs in the 1960s and 1970s – carefully digitized by the Earle Brown Music Foundation and reissued by WERGO.

VOL. 1
CD 1 Concert Percussion for Orchestra
CD 2 Stockhausen – Kagel
CD 3 Live Electronic Music Improvised

VOL. 2
CD 1 Works for Chamber Orchestra
CD 2 New Music from London
CD 3 Feldman – Brown

VOL. 3
CD 1 The Voice of Cathy Berberian
CD 2 Toshiro Mayuzumi
CD 3 New Music for Piano(s)

VOL. 4
CD 1 New Music for String Quartet
CD 2 New Music for Chamber Orchestra
CD 3 The Hamburger Kammersolisten

VOL. 5
CD 1 Sonic Arts Union: Electric Sound
CD 2 “Concord” Sonata
CD 3 Music for Flute and Piano

VOL. 6
CD 1 Cage – Wolff
CD 2 New Music for Violin and Piano
CD 3 New Music from South America for Chamber Orchestra

2 thoughts on “A Life in Music: Earle Brown’s Contemporary Sound Series

  1. This is an important document. It stands with sets like the New World release of music from the ONCE festival, Larry Austin’s Source Records anthology, Music for Merce, the “Ohm” box, the Art of David Tudor and the landmark Reverberations box releasing Pauline Oliveros’ electronic pieces.
    I would love to see a release of David Behrman’s new music series that was done for Columbia records back in the 1970s. There were some real visionaries whose work still languishes waiting for the adventurous listener.

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